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New Webinar: An Introduction to Performance Monitoring for PostgreSQL

Join our webinar on August 21st during which we’ll dive into monitoring PostgreSQL for performance.

PostgreSQL offers many metrics through various status overviews and commands, but which ones really matter to you?

How do you trend and alert on them? What is the meaning behind the metrics? And what are some of the most common causes for performance problems in production?

To operate PostgreSQL efficiently, you need to have insight into database performance and make sure it is at optimal levels.

During this webinar, we’ll discuss this and more in ordinary, plain DBA language. We’ll also have a look at some of the tools available for PostgreSQL monitoring and trending; and we’ll show you how to leverage ClusterControl’s PostgreSQL metrics, dashboards, custom alerting and other features to track and optimize the performance of your system.

Date, Time & Registration


Tuesday, August 21st at 09:00 BST / 10:00 CEST (Germany, France, Sweden)

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North America/LatAm

Tuesday, August 21st at 09:00 Pacific Time (US) / 12:00 Eastern Time (US)

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  • PostgreSQL architecture overview
  • Performance problems in production
    • Common causes
  • Key PostgreSQL metrics and their meaning
  • Tuning for performance
  • Performance monitoring tools
  • Impact of monitoring on performance
  • How to use ClusterControl to identify performance issues
    • Demo


Sebastian Insausti has loved technology since his childhood, when he did his first computer course (Windows 3.11). And from that moment he was decided on what his profession would be. He has since built up experience with MySQL, PostgreSQL, HAProxy, WAF (ModSecurity), Linux (RedHat, CentOS, OL, Ubuntu server), Monitoring (Nagios), Networking and Virtualization (VMWare, Proxmox, Hyper-V, RHEV).

Prior to joining Severalnines, Sebastian worked as a consultant to state companies in security, database replication and high availability scenarios. He’s also a speaker and has given a few talks locally on InnoDB Cluster and MySQL Enterprise together with an Oracle team. Previous to that, he worked for a Mexican company as chief of sysadmin department as well as for a local ISP (Internet Service Provider), where he managed customers' servers and connectivity.

This webinar builds upon a related blog post by Sebastian:

We look forward to “seeing” you there!